March 2019

ZIM Integrated Shipping Services’ new call to Port of Prince Rupert

The Port of Prince Rupert, and DP World Prince Rupert are pleased to announce a new weekly marine carrier service at the Fairview Container Terminal. ZIM Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) partnered with the 2M Alliance and has added Prince Rupert as one of their port destinations. With a global reach to over 100 countries, the new ZIM service made its inaugural call at the Port of Prince Rupert on March 27 ... [+]

AACargo launches ‘All Eyes on” Critical PPS Campaign

Cargo’s seamless integration into American Airlines’ “larger than life” nerve center allows AA's team to proactively monitor the most critical shipments that need to get from point A to point B—fast. [embed][/embed]   [+]

Cool Chain Association Members Pilot Data Sharing Initiative Aimed at Reducing Food Loss

Cool Chain Association (CCA) members will pilot a data sharing initiative to monitor perishable shipments on trade lanes from Latin America to Europe, and from the USA to the Middle East, in a bid to improve supply chain management and reduce food loss. The pilot will involve tracking shipments of commodities ... [+]

GPA Marks Decade of Partnership with KIA

Kia Motors Manufacturing of Georgia is now exporting Telluride SUVs through the Port of Brunswick. In Fiscal Year 2018 alone, KMMG moved more than 37,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units through the Port of Savannah. During a board meeting held at the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Ports Authority recognized a ... [+]

Port of Oakland says yard cranes going hybrid to help clean air

Containerized cargo handling at the Port of Oakland is about to get a whole lot cleaner. The Port said today that its largest marine terminal is converting 13 diesel-powered yard cranes to hybrid power. The result is expected to be an annual 45-ton reduction in diesel-related air pollutants. The Port said ... [+]

S&P Global Raises Port of New Orleans’ Rating to ‘A’

S&P Global Ratings recently raised its ratings for the Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) from an 'A-' to an 'A' with an outlook of stable. Port NOLA’s President and CEO Brandy D. Christian attributes the success to the collective and collaborative effort by the Board of Port Commissioners and entire ... [+]

Spotsee expands temp-monitoring product

SpotSee, a leader in shock, vibration and temperature monitoring through low-cost connectivity and data, has expanded its temperature-monitoring product line to include Cold Chain Complete, a combination of two temperature indicators that alerts users to exposure of unacceptably high or low temperatures. Cold Chain Complete time-temperature indicator solution provides a reliable, ... [+]

FBJ-FBJNA welcome Lufthansa Cargo’s new B777F

The editors of both Britain’s FBJ and North America’s FBJNA toured the cargo hold of Lufthansa’s brand-new Boeing 777F during a press conference in Frankfurt, Germany, March 18. The aircraft had arrived Frankfurt from Shanghai and was scheduled to fly to Beijing that evening. The aircraft first landed at Frankfurt after ... [+]

Leading pulp producer begins shipping through Port of Baltimore

One of the world’s leading forest products manufacturers, Brazil-based Suzano Pulp and Paper, has begun shipping wood pulp through the Port of Baltimore. The contract with Suzano runs six months, and during that time, the company is expected to bring between 72,500 and 120,000 tons of pulp through the port. Pulp ... [+]

Lufthansa Cargo announces impressive results

Lufthansa Cargo continues to go from strength to strength: the Frankfurt-based cargo airline again announced an outstanding result. With over €2.7 billion in revenue and a profit of €268 million (adjusted EBIT), the company generated the second-best result in its history in 2018. Year-on-year, revenue was up €189 million and profit ... [+]

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